The next crown jewel in Super Late Model racing will also mark the crowning of an inaugural champion. This weekend, the ASA STARS National Tour wraps up its 2023 season at the historic Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway for the All American 400.
Ty Majeski and Cole Butcher enter the race separated by eight points in the battle for the inaugural ASA STARS National Tour championship. Meanwhile, more than 30 drivers are entered for the marquee event, with a star-studded field looking to grab the coveted Nashville guitar trophy like Stephen Nasse did one year ago.
The Super Late Models won’t be the only action in the Music City this weekend. As always, All American 400 weekend features three days of racing action.
Friday, November 3: Limited Late Models, Legends, Pure Stocks, Front Runners, Street Stocks, Bandoleros – WATCH
Saturday, November 4 – JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, Vores Compact Touring Series, CRA Street Stock Series, All American 400 Qualifying – WATCH
Sunday, November 5 – ASA STARS National Tour All American 400 – WATCH
The activity begins on Friday, November 3 with Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway’s local divisions competing on the facility’s quarter-mile bullring. Limited Late Models, Pure Stocks, Front Runners, Street Stocks, Legends and Bandoleros will all compete on Friday, beginning at 6:30 p.m. CT/7:30 p.m. ET.
On Saturday, attention turns towards the 0.596-mile high-banked oval for the rest of the weekend. Along with qualifying for Sunday’s All American 400, Saturday’s card features Pro Late Models. Their 100-lap race, featuring Nashville’s local competitors and the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour, will crown a track champion for the Pro Late Models. They will be joined by the Vores Compact Touring Series and CRA Street Stock Series as part of Saturday’s racing.
For fans unable to make the trip to Nashville, racing on both Friday and Saturday will be available to Racing America subscribers.
Sunday, November 5 will be all about the 39th running of the All American 400. Pre-race coverage will begin at Noon CT/1 p.m. ET, with racing beginning at 1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET. Just remember to adjust your clocks Saturday night with Daylight Saving Time ending! Sunday’s race is available via pay-per-view broadcast as part of our season-long coverage of the ASA STARS National Tour.
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